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Protect Wildlife with FULL FOARCE X PMDP

Each year an estimated 115,000 lbs of derelict fishing gear, aka “ghost nets” , wash into the protected Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument. These ghost nets continue to ghost fish long after they have been lost or discarded and have a large scale negative impact on the coral reefs, critical habitats, and wildlife found throughout the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. The Papahānaumokuākea Marine Debris Project (PMDP) conducts annual large scale marine debris removal missions to this remote area to remove derelict fishing nets and plastics from these sensitive reefs and shorelines. 


This year, the incredible all-womenʻs ocean rowing team “Team Full Foarce” will be rowing 2,800 miles across the Pacific to raise funds for PMDP as part of the Worlds Toughest Row ocean race. This grueling months long race begins in Monterey, California, and finshes in Hanalei, Kauaʻi. The team of four will row 24 hours a day, seven days a week until they complete the race.


The Full Foarce team is hoping to raise $25,000 for the Papahānaumokuākea Marine Debris Project. Your donation will directly aid PMDP in conducting large scale marine debris removal missions in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands and help to protect the wildlife that calls this amazing area home. Last year, PMDP removed an astounding 212,000 pounds of marine debris during their two 30-day missions. Over the course of one single day last August, the PMDP team disentangled seven Hawaiian green seaturtles found trapped in these deadly ghost nets. This is one of the most impactful ways you can donate your money to help protect the wildlife, coral reefs, and critical habitats found throughout the expansive Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument.